I love every single thing about Tru-Colour bandages, from their story¬†to¬†their packaging–but most of all, how they celebrate and honor diversity.¬†Adoptive dad Toby couldn’t find bandages to match the¬†skin tones of three of his five kids, so he created Tru-Colour. They’re available in three shades, all packed in a resealable bag, so¬†addresses one more issue, too.

 

Tru-Colour Bandages bring bandage equality for people of color

While they are a bit pricier than regular bandages, with 30 in each bag for around $6¬†(plus free shipping), I’m happy to pay a bit of a premium in support of such a¬†positive message. Sometimes it’s¬†the simple things¬†that help work towards big change.

We’ve come a long way from those “flesh” colored crayons, huh?

You can purchase the Tru-Colour bandages on their website. 

(h/t Kelly Wickham on Instagram)